There are many dynamic sports duos: Jordan and Pippen, Johnson and Jabar, McGuire and Canseco. Conway High School baseball has its own in coaches Noel Boucher and Barry Lueders. The coworkers have been friends for almost 40 years. They are also former teammates, having played college baseball together at the University of Central Arkansas.

Tucker Creek Vet will soon open its doors in Conway to take care of your pet’s needs.
Although Tucker Creek Vet is new, Conway residents will recognize a familiar face, Dr. Thomas Cabantac, business owner and veterinarian. Dr. Cabantac, and his wife, Jenny, have lived in Conway since 2005. They are parents to Madden (9), London (7) and Quinn (5). Two miniature schnauzers, Atlas and Ollie, complete their family.

Stu and Abby King of Conway redefined their lives to create a schedule that worked for their family. Their little tribe includes Khyler, six; KateLeigh, two; and Kimber three months. The couple lives in Conway, and Abby is the owner of popular local boutique, HipSway.

Conway Junior High School Principal Todd Edwards has been recognized as the Middle Level Principal of the Year by the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators.
Edwards has been Principal at Conway Junior High for the last 3 years.
Leaders from AAEA presented him with his award as students congratulated him with cheers and music, then his staff hosted a reception for their award-winning Principal.
Superintendent Dr. Greg Murry says Edwards is a great leader at Conway’s Junior High School.

You are invited to join us on Saturday June the 11th for a celebration benefitting the Conway Animal Shelter! Come by Landers Toad Suck Harley-Davidson and participate in the fun! Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Raffle, Poker Run, Door Prizes, Poker Tournament that night and much more! The real treat will be the presence of the Adoption Van with the first five adoptions paid for by Toad Suck Harley Davidson.
Festivities start at 10am and lunch served at noon!
It’ll be a great time for all!
All proceeds benefit The Friends of the Conway Animal Shelter

Featured Galleries

Regional: Dallas Children’s Theatre: The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane (The Other), dont u luv me? (C.J.)Theatre Three: Picnic (Hal Carter); Stage West Theatre: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Spike); Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Spike); Shakespeare Dallas: Much Ado About Nothing (Claudio); Reduxion Theatre: Cabaret (Cliff Bradshaw); Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park: King John (Philip the Bastard); Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre: The Tempest (Ferdinand), Big River (Dick/Young Fool), Richard III (Ensemble)

Keller Johnson of Conway may build homes for a living, but the getaway space he has built in his own home speaks directly to his heart.
On the top level of his home, a bonus room has been transformed into the perfect “man room” – one that reflects his growing up years in the 1970s and 1980s. The collection includes a myriad of posters, lunch boxes, action figures, albums, comic books, and pinball machines.

While the City of Conway might not boast the public transportation or blocks of foodie restaurants found in larger metropolitan areas, we are home to Reynolds Performance Hall, a venue that could hold its own when compared to entertainment scenes all over the country. Opened in 2000 on the campus of the University of Central Arkansas (UCA), the 1,200 seat, state-of-the-art theater has developed a reputation for hosting premiere performing arts programming.

June Arts Events – Please check out the event website for more information and pricing.

June 2-4, 9-11: The Normal Heart @ The Lantern Theatre; 8:00 p.m. www.conwayarts.org (A)

June 4: Buddy Case in Concert @ the Faulkner County Library; 2:00 p.m. Nancy@fcl.org (G)

June 6-10: Triple Threat Camp: Aladdin @ Blackbird Academy of Arts; 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily www.blackbirdacademy.org (Ages 7+)

I was asked to write an article for WINC and knowing Father’s Day is just around the corner I began to ask what topic would be fitting. My thoughts then flashed to my own children and then my son who will be one of the many fathers celebrated this year. As my thoughts trailed off I ended up thinking about his coffee roasting business in Kentucky - Argo Sons Coffee, now branded as ‘Good Folks Coffee’, and hence the topic of this article . . . That being said, when you finish your morning coffee and you’re ready to dump the grounds, think twice!

My son volunteered to take me to the gym. He is sixteen. I am forty. He is athletic. I am not. I took the challenge. It was not pretty. We started by warming up on the bicycles. To be honest, I felt like the “warm up” was a pretty good workout. I was ready to call it a day after two miles. Unfortunately, the bicycles were only the beginning. Next came lunges, planks, curls, squats, push ups, sit ups, and mountain climbers. If you do not know what I am talking about, count yourself blessed!

One could argue that the story is as indescribable and unusual as the main character’s facial features. The boy tells us up front and unapologetically that he won’t describe what he looks like, because “whatever you’re thinking, it’s probably worse.”
Wonder is the enamoring story of a middle school boy named August Pullman. Auggie has a congenital facial abnormality. People stare. Kids snicker. They point fingers.

Beef comes in various types like; ground beef, ground chunk, ground round, and different steaks. However, ground beef is the most frequently purchased type of beef and the largest beef item sold in the food stores. Ground chuck is the beef that comes from front beef shoulders. On the other hand, ground beef is the leftover pieces after cutting the beef into roasts and steaks. This means that ground chuck comes from a particular part or from a special cut whereas ground beef comes from many parts or from other different cuts.

Twelve-year-old boys are often described as “fearless,” and Avery Moore is certainly an example. But he’s not skateboarding down stair rails or experimenting with extreme sports. Avery stuck his neck out in a goodwill business adventure, designing T-shirts with his trademarked giraffe logo.
“In January, I started a brand new adventure called #giraffedude9 designs,” he says. “The name comes from my Instagram name, which I am told really suits me.
Avery says his love for giraffes is unique among other kiddos his age.